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Apple Photos (iOS)

Apple's upcoming Photos app and iCloud Photo Library promises to put all your iOS photos on all your devices, as well as offering some handy ways to pretty them up.

June 2, 2014

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In Lightroom's shadow, Corel and DxO revamp raw-photo editing tools

In effort to take on Adobe, DxO Labs tries working with its competitor while Corel tries a speed boost and new features.

By May 21, 2014

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How to edit video in Photoshop CC and CS6

Learn how to make simple video edits using Adobe Photoshop CC or CS6 in this tutorial.

By July 23, 2014

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Geeks make green graffiti

Geek artists and pranksters use lasers, LED lights, text messaging, and organic ingredients such as moss to make protests in the street.

By July 24, 2008

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Lightroom 4.1 test version adds Canon 5D Mark III support

Less than a month after Lightroom 4.0 arrived, Adobe has updated its software so it can edit the photos from Canon's hot new SLR. Also: bug fixes.

By March 29, 2012

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Get CyberLink PhotoDirector 2011 (Win) for free

A strong competitor to the likes of Adobe Photoshop Elements, this photography program normally sells for $100.

By September 24, 2012

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Corel unveils AfterShot Pro, picks fight with Adobe Lightroom

Windows multimedia mainstay Corel today introduces AfterShot Pro, a powerful photography workflow program tailor-made for professionals and high-level enthusiasts.

By January 9, 2012

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Members get first dibs on latest Photoshop updates

They're interesting enhancements, but do you think it's worth the Adobe Creative Cloud subscription to get updates like these a little early?

By December 11, 2012

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Corel takes a bite of raw photography with Bibble buy

At CES, the image-editing software company will introduce new photo software based on Bibble's raw-processing technology, the company's president says.

By January 9, 2012

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Next Lightroom to autocorrect lens problems

The next version of Adobe's Lightroom shows that computational photography is moving from nicety to necessity. In this case, it'll fix lenses' optical problems.

By April 27, 2010